Let's mix one for Russ
A dog in Pattaya bit my son on the leg,,,,he needed stitches,,, many moons ago
wasn a soi dog but,,,,it had gotten out of its owner's house
I shot it
Hurlingempty Leo bottles seem to work on the little shits on my mooban. I also poured a bucket of icy water over a sheep dog with attitude problems.
i was walking down the street; from around a wall about 8 dogs came at me. They circled up on me barking and nipping at me. Having no stick or anything, i slipped off one of my flip-flops and started waving it at them. As soon as they saw it they all stopped barking and looked at it. Then ran off.
i guess they don't like flip flops.
^ Damn. I wish I was wearing flip flops when I was in Chanthaburi on my first trip to Thailand.
After leaving a ship-shaped open air bar called "Seasick" one night, a pack of about 8-10 dogs started following me, getting closer, nipping and barking. The streets were completely empty and quiet except for the dogs and myself. As I looked around, I realized there was nowhere for me to escape and I thought they might attack me. So I drew upon what I had learned growing up in mountain lion country. As they all got closer, I turned around with arms raised and barked and growled right back at them like a fucking rabid lunatic. They then decided to leave me alone.
"Thailand is way past the days of tuna, pineapples, and bargirls." - Sharky
When we moved to our house in Ladprao about 4 years ago,, there were a load of soi dogs at the end of the soi who'd bark and growl at us everytime we went past.
We are very doggy people (got two of our own), so in the end we gave each one a name - Bob, Scruffy, Peter etc and everytime we had a go, we'd talk to them. "How are you Bob?" "Good barking today Scruffy" etc. After that they stopped having a go and we've been "friends" every since.